Family members do not need a residence document or residence permit to live and work in the Netherlands. You do not have to report to the IND. This view explains Article 37 and its potential impact on the family reunion of unaccompanied children. Once you arrive in the Netherlands, you will apply online for a residence document for yourself and your family members. In this case, you don`t have to wait for an invitation letter from the IND. Once the IND has received a request from you and your family members, your family members can make an appointment to have a sticker on their passport by calling the Brexit line. This is proof that your family member has applied. Once your family members have this tag on your passport, you can register for the BRP. A transitional period is in place until 31 December 2020. During this period, Brexit will not affect the rules for transferring family members from the UK to the Netherlands. All EU agreements and rules are valid until this date for the UK.
You are subject to the following family stay rights. But is there a way to avoid an impending breakup? Fortunately, the answer is yes. As an EU citizen who has exercised her free movement rights, Agnieszka can count on EU law to enjoy family life with her spouse in the host Member State. The couple married in 2019 and then asked for the EU`s implementation system, which must confirm the right of EU citizens and their family members to remain in the UK after Brexit. Their application is successful and Arben can now live and work legally in the UK without constantly worrying about the couple`s future and putting their family life on hold. You can apply for this visa free of charge at the Dutch Embassy or Consulate in the country where you live. You can ask if you have any questions. If you apply for a visa, you say you want to live with a member of your British family in the Netherlands. You must also provide documentation that you are a member of your family (birth or marriage certificate). You will find a debate on direct members of my family in my contribution Family Assembly Rights for EU citizens and British citizens under the UK`s EU Withdrawal Agreement: Direct Family Members. Your family member needs your personal care because of serious health problems.
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